"Berlin Science Talk" provides a platform to young researchers and scientists to talk about their research to a diverse audience. In doing so, it promotes them to think "out of the box" for communicating their research work so that everyone in the audience understands it, irrespective of their academic background, and at the same time, does not dilute the importance of their research, or make it sound very lame. At this point, one might wonder, why is it so important? Well, to begin with, this will prepare young researchers to always be on-point and confident enough to communicate their research to anyone, whether its academics from a completely different background, or students embarking on their bachelor studies. And, not to mention, the extreme happiness and satisfaction of people remembering you not as a stereotypical "nerdy scientist", but, rather, as someone who could introduce them to the fascinating and overwhelmingly interesting world of scientific research.